Advanced Engineering UK 2015

19-Nov-15by Support Specialist

Introduction: The annual trade show and conference for the high performance engineering sectors showcased the likes of Airbus to Aston Martin and Dyson to Doncasters at the NEC, with more than 13,000 visitors in attendance.

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  • The event was hold at the NEC
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  • Exhibitors
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The annual trade show and conference for the high performance engineering sectors showcased the likes of Airbus to Aston Martin and Dyson to Doncasters at the NEC, with more than 13,000 visitors in attendance.

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